To the land of the Cherokees
Tahlequah is most famous for being the capitol of the Cherokee Nation, with a history as old as the Americas.
You can learn more about the Cherokees at their visitation page, to view their list of historic attractions. And Cherokee Citizens can register or stay up to date on what is happening in the Nation here, as well gather a deeper understanding of the governing body.
As a sovereign nation residing in the US, the Cherokee Nation provides unique development opportunities to citizens of both the US and its own residents. Many of which aim to restore lost histories or expand awareness and wellness for their people.
With 7,000 square miles of territory and over 300,000 citizens, the Cherokee Nation offers a diverse portfolio of businesses and a well cared for workforce.